People are afraid, it is not becoz they want to be, but it is becoz of conditioning of years and years. People are now afraid of who they actually are, it is not becoz they want to, but becoz they were made to be. When you talk of tradition, feelings of guilty are the answer. The picture of hell floods their minds. But why, i better go to heaven through my tradition than go to heaven through somebody else's tradition. I am perplexed at why people think that civilisation is christianity, our forefathers were civilised, they had their ways of worshiping the one and only true God, if my ancestors' God is not the true God or different from the Christianity God, i am sorry because if you give me an opportunity to choose i will hundred times choose my ancestors' God "UMvelinqangi". Sometimes i think that there is a correlation between Africans' lack of progress and the love of christianity. You love christianity and end up thinking that God will do everything for you. Our entrepreneurship spirits and aspirations are tamed with the love of this religion whilst the culprits thrive and succeed in life. If we look at these western countries, the very countries that brought christianity to our land, they do not bother themselves with the christianity religion, take for instance the UK, now, more than 60% of the population is not christian at all. Why is it that everything African is evil and a form of darkness or (uncivilisation)? i don't understand. Today i believe the black race or the non-white race form the majority of christians, and on top of that i believe that the majority of poor people in this world are from the majority who love God. Matebeleland today is known as an arid land where no agriculture is possible, but why, because in the past our forefathers used to do a lot of agriculture, what happened to Njelele. If God wants to kill me because i want to worship him in the proper African way then let it be because i can not do otherwise. i believe in God, and our forefathers believed in God, we were not a pagan nation, we were a nation of kings a nation that worshipped and loved God. Some might say that we worshiped our ancestral spirits (amadlozi) i will say no, we never worshiped amadlozi, esintwini idlozi liyathethwa, ukuze likuxhumanise loMvelinqangi hhayi ukukhonzwa. Amen bazalwane! Oh! one last point, my mum doesn't know that i am writing like this and i don't want her to know, please any one who know keep quiet, i am doing this against imfundiso yakhe yobukrestu.